one of the advantages of living or staying in sydney's eastern beaches is its proximity to the city and interesting, unique & culturally diverse suburbs.
narrow streets and lanes lined with victorian terrace houses... once a pretty run down suburb in sydney's inner city surry hills is now a vibrant area home to some of sydney's best restaurants, cafes, vintage clothing & quirky homewares shops. more to come in later posts...
today i want to take you to david met nicole. a wonderful treasure trove of vintage, antique & industrial homewares & interesting objects sourced from the UK, France and Australia.
we love the beautiful displays , groupings of items & colour combinations.
|i wonder how david met nicole?|
This place is an incredible find! I'm up and down Cleveland St regularly but I've never seen it - that's gonna change!!!!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful place...ReplyDelete
so many little treasures,
I love those vintage globes and suitcases.
Thanks for reminding me I must visit there one of these days. Love the mapsReplyDelete
What a fantastic post. I love the globes andReplyDelete
suitcases also. Thank-you for sharing this.
Oh wow, I'd love to get lost in there for hours and hours. These are my favorite kind of shops, you just never know what you'll find buried under something else.ReplyDelete
They always have amazing finds - what a treasure trove!ReplyDelete
This was a realy treasure-store! To bad it is located on the other side of the world :)ReplyDelete
Have a nice week :D
Ooohh, I love this post. I have read about David met Nicole before and I would love to see in there. Thank-you for the pics. Now I really want to go there. LeahxxReplyDelete
I love these photo and I want to go shopping here.I live on Tybee Island Ga USA....how far away is that, anyway? So glad you dropped by my blog I am discovering so many more sites.Thanks so much.ReplyDelete
What a great place!! I see lots of things that I would love! I will have to go read some more about them, thank you!!ReplyDelete
Simply fabulous, must get myself down to Sydney to check this out, love old maps and globes they are the coolest things.ReplyDelete